clayed

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

clayed (comparative more clayed, superlative most clayed)

  1. Containing clay.
    • 1896, O. E. Meinzer, R. F, Hare, Geological Survey (U.S.), Water-Supply Paper 343: Geology and Water Resources of Tularosa Basin, New Mexico, page 201,
      The soil of this belt is somewhat gravelly in the northeastern corner of the township and becomes more clayed toward the southwest.
    • 1981, Botanical Society of South Africa, Veld & Flora, Volumes 70-72, page 52,
      The resultant soils are generally wetter, more clayed and compacted.
    • 1997, Geodinamica Acta, Volumes 10-11, page 184,
      [] the matrix is yellow, more clayed but contains carbonate.

Verb[edit]

clayed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of clay